NEUROLOGY

Principles of Visual Analysis of EEG

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Principles of Visual Analysis of EEG Thoru Yamada Elizabeth Meng The most characteristic features that distinguish EEG from other neurodiagnostic studies are (i) the dynamic nature by which it expresses…

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Neuroanatomical and Neurophysiologic Basis of EEG

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Neuroanatomical and Neurophysiologic Basis of EEG Thoru Yamada Elizabeth Meng To understand the electroencephalogram (EEG) and its related field of clinical neurophysiology, it is important to know basic neuroanatomy and…

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Basic EEG Technology

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Basic EEG Technology Thoru Yamada Elizabeth Meng Personnel in the EEG Laboratory All EEG laboratories have, at minimum, two members of the staff: an EEG technologist and an electroencephalographer. An…

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Basic Electronics and Electrical Safety

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Basic Electronics and Electrical Safety Peter Seaba Thoru Yamada Basic Electricity and Electronics The following is a synopsis of the “basic electricity” concepts that are important for one to know…

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Digital EEG

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Digital EEG Malcolm Yeh Introduction Traditional electroencephalogram (EEG) recordings are typically used for medical diagnosis and neurobiological research. One EEG channel, commonly recorded from a surface electrode attached to the…

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Meningomyelocele

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Meningomyelocele Determination of Level Determining the level of neurologic involvement in meningomyelocele is crucial. It permits the evaluation of the following five major functional criteria: Determination of the extent of…

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Cervical Cord Lesions: Tetraplegia

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Cervical Cord Lesions: Tetraplegia Tetraplegia, or quadriplegia as it is more commonly known, means paralysis involving all four extremities. The lesion that causes such paralysis occurs in the cervical spine….

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